Zimbabwe’s Displaced White Farmers Wait for $3.5 Billion Compensation

Source: Zimbabwe’s Displaced White Farmers Wait for $3.5 Billion Compensation | Voice of America – English HARARE, ZIMBABWE – White farmers in Zimbabwe whose land was taken...

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Kuimba Shiri, Zimbabwe's only bird park, has survived tumultuous times, including violent land invasions and a...

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Two police officers stationed at Siabuwa Police Station in Binga, Constables Honest Masakara (29) and Sharp...

Evicted White Farmers Offered $3.5 Billion Payout

Zimbabwe’s white commercial farmers, who were violently evicted from their land in a series of invasions...

How Zimbabweans Welcomed Climate Migrants

Zimbabweans who had to flee their low-lying farms because of drought are finding an unexpected welcome...

Zimbabweans Shocked As Government Property Arda-Nijo Estate Is Transferred To Zanu PF

Arda-Nijo Estates has reportedly been transferred from the government to Zanu PF party through a letter...

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At Independence in 1980, Zimbabwe inherited a system of agriculture based on several main pillars –...

Why rural electrification won’t fix deforestation in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's policy makers believe that deforestation is a threat to the economy, but citizens believe environmental...

Harvesting commences at one of Zimbabwe’s bigger blueberry projects

Mushandi Holdings owns and manages sizable blueberry and strawberry projects in Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe....

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